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Oldus Fartus
2012-03-04 08:31:08 UTC
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A pig walks into a bar hand-in-hand with a Tulsa housewife - the barman
says "I can't serve you here"

Mrs Tulsa goes and sits in the car.
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Oldus Fartus
RonNNN
2012-03-04 13:32:24 UTC
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A pig walks into a bar hand-in-hand with a Tulsa housewife - the barman
says "I can't serve you here"
Mrs Tulsa goes and sits in the car.
And yet more LOL's!
Betty
2012-03-04 22:09:56 UTC
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A pig walks into a bar hand-in-hand with a Tulsa housewife - the barman
says "I can't serve you here"
Mrs Tulsa goes and sits in the car.
I can't help laughing, but *we* are so bad!!
Aardvark
2012-03-31 20:44:39 UTC
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A pig walks into a bar hand-in-hand with a Tulsa housewife - the
barman says "I can't serve you here"
Mrs Tulsa goes and sits in the car.
I can't help laughing, but *we* are so bad!!
Yup. Sometimes it's difficult not to find some things amusing, even
though we know we shouldn't.

No hate here, but there's definitely a conscience at work.
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"Any man's death diminishes me, because I am involved
in mankind, and therefore never send to know for whom
the bell tolls; it tolls for thee".
-John Donne (1572-1631)
Aardvark
2012-03-31 20:36:56 UTC
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A pig walks into a bar hand-in-hand with a Tulsa housewife - the barman
says "I can't serve you here"
Mrs Tulsa goes and sits in the car.
Could very well be taken as insulting by *any* Tulsa housewife.

I know of a Tulsa housewife who'd be well within her rights taking
umbrage at this post.

Too near the knuckle and over the line of good taste, mate.

I, for one, am not impressed or amused by this 'joke'. I wasn't impressed
or amused either when I first read it a few days ago. Too cruel, IMO.
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"Any man's death diminishes me, because I am involved
in mankind, and therefore never send to know for whom
the bell tolls; it tolls for thee".
-John Donne (1572-1631)
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